In the custom firmware settings how many cables have you specified the box has ?True - but that doesn't matter with the Foxsat as long as you install the patch straight away.
In fact I prefer the way it works on the Foxsat that recording are never encrypted.
As I understand it, on the T2 recordings are initially encrypted but then get unencrypted.
For scheduling C4HD I've just been using the web interface to add a manual event which is pretty easy (and you can enter the name which is an advantage).
The only downside with that is that the webif won't let you schedule a recording for C4HD if you've got another event even if they're on the same transponder so then you have to do it on the box which is cumbersome.
Does anyone know if there's a way to override it? Would be great if it warned you but let you go ahead anyway if you know the recordings are compatible.
No edit on the actual box, you can do it using the WebIf remote packages but of course you have to be watching the box output on a TV.Do you mean edit using the webif?
On my system the edit option is always greyed out. Any idea why?
That's fine. The only non-freesat channel I can ever imagine recording is C4HD.Even on the box you can't specify two non-freesat channels at the same time, only one Non-freesat and one Freesat works irrespective of the number of cables.
The CF isn't clever enough to know what channels are on which transponders, so assumes all double recordings are impossible (it would have to download the current channel database) . The Humax settop app is clever enough but knows nothing about extra channels added from the channel editor.That's fine. The only non-freesat channel I can ever imagine recording is C4HD.
The most common clash is BBC1 or 2 HD with C4HD. It works fine if I manually set the C4 event on the box.
Would be easier to use the webif or RS portal.
Is there any way the CF could be modified so that when it detects a clash it warns you, but gives you the option (at your own risk) to proceed anyway?The CF isn't clever enough to know what channels are on which transponders, so assumes all double recordings are impossible
Possibly but the author Raydon hasn't been seen on any forum in many months. AF123 would have a much better idea as if I remember correctly he helped Raydon in developing the Foxsat version.Is there any way the CF could be modified so that when it detects a clash it warns you, but gives you the option (at your own risk) to proceed anyway?
[pedanticMode]Not disputing that Nathan possibly went down the road of Mrs. Malaprop in this instance, surely it depends on the context.The word is "decrypted", rather than "unencrypted" - which implies the payload was never encrypted in the first place.
I found myself substituting words into this, to see if it makes sense...Once something has been decrypted it is no longer encrypted and thus unencrypted (i.e. not encrypted).
Take the HDD out of the box and drop it into a USB sata cradle. Boot your PC into linux connect the cradle to it and copy the recording .ts files.Hi,
A little bit off topic. I have 80% video data on my 1TB internal drive. I am looking to ftp it to my PC in readiness to transfer to the T2 box. However, FTP is extremely slooooow! Is there a quicker transfer method?